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Sentences with audio (total 686,226)

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Tom is afraid that something bad is going to happen.
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Tom let himself in using the key that I'd given him.
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Tom turned himself in three days after killing Mary.
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Tom cut himself with the new knife you just gave him.
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Tom hasn't eaten at a restaurant since he lost his job.
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We have no idea why Mary killed herself.
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Tom just stood there, looking at himself in the mirror.
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Tom needs to stop isolating himself from everyone else.
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Tom didn't take the medicine that the doctor prescribed.
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Tom turned himself in three days after he'd killed Mary.
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Tom promised himself he'd study harder for the next test.
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Tom went back to his car to get something that he forgot.
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Tom cut himself with the new knife that you just gave him.
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We need to persuade Tom to change his mind.
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Tom needs to get himself out of there as fast as possible.
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Tom tried to keep himself busy, so he wouldn't think about the bad things that were happening.
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I always wanted to know what would happen if I did that.
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Tom said something that made Mary angry.
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I think that your skirt is too long.
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I think your skirt is too long.
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I think that your skirt is too short.
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I think your skirt is too short.
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None of these T-shirts are mine.
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Tom can't be much older than you are.
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Tom hasn't gotten a haircut since he graduated.
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We'd better disguise ourselves.
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Tom hasn't been over to my house for weeks.
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Come on, I'll show you myself.
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Tom hasn't yet told Mary that he got fired.
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We had to see to it ourselves.
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Tom went into the room and closed the door.
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Tom didn't like spinach when he was a child.
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Tom wasn't able to fix the garbage disposal.
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Let's not sell ourselves short.
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Tom described the person he saw to the police.
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Tom thinks that he's better than anybody else.
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Tom was talking too fast for me to understand.
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Tom went to the cemetery with his grandmother.
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It's time to defend ourselves.
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O doutor informou ao seu paciente o nome da doença dele.
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Esse hotel é muito próximo do lago.
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May I try that on?
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None of us liked the plan that Tom suggested.
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None of us liked the plan Tom suggested.
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These are my books, not Tom's.
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This is my bicycle, not Tom's.
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Tom finally admitted to himself that he was never going to be able to do that.
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Smoking is not allowed on this bus.
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I just wanted to prove to myself that I could do this.
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I think that the boy over there is Tom's brother.
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I think the boy over there is Tom's brother.
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That boy over there is probably Tom's brother.
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Tom and Mary are good singers.
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Tom and Mary are both very good singers.
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Tom is a good singer, but Mary isn't.
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How can someone know if they're a good singer or not?
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A lot of bad singers think that they're good singers.
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A lot of bad singers think they're good singers.
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Our band is looking for a new singer.
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A lot of singers have recorded this song.
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That boy over there is probably Tom's younger brother.
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Tom wanted to introduce himself in French, but he didn't know how.
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It seems like we've been talking about this all day.
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You have your T-shirt on backwards.
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Tom has his shoes on the wrong feet.
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I've seen for myself how much damage an earthquake can do.
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Even Tom himself was deceived by that.
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That house with the red roof is Tom's.
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That story was written by Tom himself.
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I'm glad Tom is taking care of himself.
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I ran into Tom on my way home from work.
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These days, Tom does everything himself.
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Tom thinks that he'll never fall in love.
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Tom said Mary paid for the ticket herself.
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Tom was in the kitchen humming to himself.
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That's the life Tom has chosen for himself.
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I'm glad that Tom is taking care of himself.
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No one was more frustrated than Tom himself.
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Nobody was more frustrated than Tom himself.
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Tom is sure that he'll never see Mary again.
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This isn't how we're used to doing this.
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It would be a good idea to wait.
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It's been a tough week for us.
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Tom said that Mary paid for the ticket herself.
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Naturally, Tom kept the best apples for himself.
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If Tom is too busy I'll drive you to the airport.
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Tom is sick and so is everyone else in his family.
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You can ask Tom yourself tomorrow when you see him.
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Tom dragged himself out of bed and put on his clothes.
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Tom has three daughters. All three of them are married.
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Tom is usually the last one to leave the classroom every day.
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If Tom would've identified himself, the guard wouldn't have shot him.
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Tom tried to convince himself that he was doing the right thing.
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I had to leave the room because it was too smoky.
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Tom doesn't even consider himself to be a native French speaker.
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This isn't the first time that I've been bullied.
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This isn't the first time I've been bullied.
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Tom promised himself that he'd study harder for the next test.
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You think that you can cure yourself, don't you?
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Tom has locked himself in his bedroom and refuses to come out.